Transcript for Donald Trump Wins New Hampshire Republican Primary
Hampshire primary and what happens next in the race for president? Let's get right to ABC's Tom llamas in Manchester, new Hampshire, with the latest on the republican candidates. Good morning, Tom. Reporter: Robin, good morning to you. New Hampshire changing the dynamic of this race in a major way. Now, this may only be the second contest this primary cycle but New Hampshire voters delivered a bolt of energy to some candidates, while other campaigns may have seen their final days. Oh, wow. Reporter: This morning, the ultimate outsider, Donald Trump, winning big in New Hampshire, vowing he's just starting to fight. But I wanted to congratulate the other candidate, okay. Now that I got that over with. You know, it's always tough and then tomorrow, boom, boom. Reporter: Surrounded by his family on stage, supporters in the crowd cheering, build the wall. We're going to build a wall. It's going to be built. Reporter: The billionaire reality star who rallied against political correctness with a blunt message that included building a wall along our southern border to a plan banning non-american muslims from coming to the U.S. Resonating with New Hampshire voters. We're going to win in south Carolina. I love you all. Thank you very much. Reporter: Ohio governor John kasich finishing a distant second but claiming victory for running a positive campaign. Tonight, the light overcame the darkness of negative campaigning. Reporter: And essentially a she-way tie for third, Ted Cruz calling trump overnight to congratulate him even though trump called him a vulgar term the night before. She said he's a . That's terrible. Terrible. Reporter: Jeb bush claiming New Hampshire revived his campaign. And while the reality TV star still doing well, it looks like you all have reset the race. Reporter: And senator Marco Rubio making a promise never to stumble like he did in that last debate. Our disappointment tonight is not on you. It's on me. It's on me. I did not -- I did not do well on Saturday night so listen to this, that will never happen again. Reporter: Governor Chris Christie who roughed up Rubio in that debate not finishing well and acknowledging the end is near. Mary pat and I spoke tonight and we decided we'll go home to New Jersey tomorrow and we're going to take a deep breath, see what the final results are tonight because that matters. Reporter: Now, governor Chris Christie has not officially dropped out of the race. He's just suspending campaigning for the time being but, robin, this morning we have no evidence, we have nothing to believe that Chris Christie will compete competitively in south Carolina. Robin. We'll wait to hear what he has to say. The democratic race Bernie
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